Cake Help

Baking By krpv23 Updated 28 May 2016 , 3:19am by kakeladi

krpv23 Posted 27 May 2016 , 6:54pm
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Hi, I've been having issues with the bottom of my loaf cake being a bit denser than the top half. I'm using the creaming method with some BP for the leavening. The flour I'm using is unbleached cake flour (Ive used unbleached AP with the same results). I wanted to know if using unbleached flour was the problem; I read somewhere that bleaching the flour enables it to emulsify better with the fats/liquids? I had some doubts about that though because Ive read of people not having issues with unbleached flour? Anyone have any experience/info with this? Thanks

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Bakerlady2 Posted 27 May 2016 , 9:05pm
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I use unbleached flour all the time and have for years with no problems. is your cake cooked all the way? is your BP old? 

krpv23 Posted 27 May 2016 , 9:47pm
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Yeah my cake is cooked all the way through(using a skewer). I'm pretty sure the baking powder is good, I used self rising and flour and reg flour with BP that I got recently and they came out the same.

kakeladi Posted 28 May 2016 , 3:19am
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It sounds like maybe your recipe is off.  Have your used it before with good results?  

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